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How to Create a Bougee Coaster with the Boo Boo Coaster Maker

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hey guys there you are you're already in and waiting how I love that it's so
great to be here I do apologize for um missing last night's live but uh we had
some issues here with the puppy dog so um always want to put put Mark our girls
first you know so um but I thank you for joining us today my name is Trisha gaison and I am here
for jewel loom I have a studio called pink poodle jewelry studio
um I enjoy working with Jules and we have a great time this week is going to
be super fun we're going to be using the boo boo Loom
coaster maker and this is so adorable guys if you haven't seen it check it out it's so so
I don't even know the word for it but I just totally enjoyed and relaxed making my
coaster it was just fantastic so I need actually two so far and I'll show you
those here in a bit but I want to do a little bit of housekeeping first so if you are joining us on Facebook please
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there please do so as well okay so I'm gonna say hello to some of our friends
here who do we have I saw a bunch of you waiting here
gal good morning gal good morning Robin hi Maria
oh wow guys you've been busy
okay just making sure those questions aren't for me cool cool
hello hello my girls how is everyone doing I hope you had a great week so far
it is Friday and there I see Miss Barbara she's come in to join us again I
ask that y'all just share this out for us it makes a huge difference um a Joan is posting some housekeeping
as well um want to pay attention to those notices that she's putting up especially
about the shipping over Christmas okay
so I'm gonna go ahead and just get started here and I'm going to turn my camera down and we're gonna get
acquainted with the boo-boo Loom coaster maker okay guys let's turn this around
as you know there'll be just a black screen momentarily as my camera turns
we are okay guys so here is the adorable
boo-boo Loom just cannot be any cuter but it's also
very functional and fun as well the loom is of course made with our sustainable
Baltic Birch it is made um where it has the teeth on the
underside sticking out and then we have our grooves up on the top we have group
these aren't really teeth Guys these are grooves as well but they're sticking outward and I'm sure Jules would have a
better name for these but today I don't know if my head's even on straight so bear with me so when we have
our grooves up on top very well made it makes the perfect size coaster of course
there's all all jewels looms are very well made and you can see how the back
is dovetailed here and how solid that'll be for you very very beautiful such a handsome boy on there
right and then we get our adorable I love my boo comb this is great for
pushing your warps down so that is absolutely adorable and then you of
course get a fiber needle which says Zoomies and has paw prints on it
so here are the uh coasters that I've come up with this is one that I made
last night this is just like some of that bubble yarn that I did
um I you know me guys I can't do anything simple and plain I like to be
able to do over the top stuff with whatever I make
so this I did it was super fun this is just one kind of yarn here
and I really am happy with the way that came out Marianne hi Marianne she says
Trisha your tutorials were fantastic for November creative Soul box mine turned out wonderfully and it fit perfect oh
thank you so much Marianne I appreciate that so much so to get to our project let me turn my
other light down here so we can get a little bit more this is our
um coaster that we're making this week and this is made with just like a furry
um yarn and then I just used some sorry soak that I had okay just so cute this is like me over
the top I just love it so we're gonna make this one today I'm going to teach you how to do that now you want to have
all of the things that I showed you here that come with the loom I actually keep a crochet hook nearby because that way I
can weave my ends in as I'm going so at the end I don't have to go back and
weave everything in and then tie it off and then do all that stuff and I just have some
like I said some of this furry yarn cut here into lengths I have no particular
lengths cut I just like to do it this way because then that way uh I'm not messing with the roll as much
I probably will have to um cut some more but that's just a good
start for me and then I have some sorry silk strands cut okay I have a pair of
scissors here as well you're going to need that and I'm using hemp as my base
so I'm going to show you how to go ahead and Warp this lovely Loom
let me get my ends off here and this is just 0.5 guys you can use whatever string that you have whatever
hemp you have whatever you like as your base if it'll if it'll string onto your
loom and it's not stretchy um it'll work perfectly for this okay so
I'm going to start here on the left and I'm just gonna take my hemp and wrap it around this outside
um tooth for lack of a better term guys a
couple times and I'm just going to tie that on oops there we go
I just want to snugly tie that on if it doesn't pop off on me go
now we got to keep in mind Trisha is a late Riser so this is still actually morning for me so bear with me
[Music] all right so we're just going to tie a
couple knots in that just to have it secured there so it's
easier to go ahead and work okay we just tied that on that larger one
there so then what I do is I lay
my hemp into the first Groove up here that I've just tied on here I lay that
in there and then I go over to the first groove on the other side I'm going to drop down
in to the bottom set of grooves and I'm going to skip a Groove
and then pull my hemp up and over and skip a Groove here I'm doing this
because I'm I'm working with a um a fuller yarn a fuller material but you
wouldn't have to if you want to thread every single one you certainly could but I'm gonna do it where I skip
so then I'm just going to drop down in here
and Skip sorry that's off there skip grooves and I'm catching this bottom
part as well guys and the reason I want to do that you could do it the other way but it doesn't give you as much material
to tie off with so this makes it very nice that we have this down here all right and so I'm skipping up here
and then I'm gonna go into my next Groove
skip up here and the one nice thing another nice
thing about this uh Loom is especially with the thicker materials the The Wider
um fibers and stuff it takes less time to make and make a coaster you know you
have um comes up comes together pretty quick
okay and I'm just going to continue doing that as I skip as I go
foreign okay
and even warping it is pretty easy and pretty quick too
I'll tell you guys if you haven't gotten one of these I highly recommend them because what great
gifts you could make
for any time of year and I really think I'm still gonna whip
a set of these set of coasters out for my mom for Christmas Even though she's supposed to be done
technically with Christmas games just have to make her some
okay so we're just going to continue that and I'm just keeping this taut as I'm going
guys just keeping her taut
we're just skipping every other one here
okay almost there
okay and then through the last one and then
I'm just going to do the same thing on this side onto this um outside
um tooth Groove piece of wood however you want to refer
to that and I'm just going to cut it from my hemp
and get it out of there so we're not having a mess with our
sorry silk and then I'm going to do the same thing guys I'm just going to tie this off it looks like my hemp is a
little frayed there so I'm gonna have to foreign be careful when I'm tying this to make
sure I get everything right I know this is hard to see but you're
just going to tie this off the same way you would tie off any of your Looms
um usually it's on to the knobs but we're just using these larger
teeth to tie off on okay
almost there we're just tying knots I know it looks like I'm doing more because it looks a little more difficult
but we're getting it all right pulling that
yeah that frayed hemp isn't helping matters that's for sure okay let's do one more and then
I think we're pretty good
thank you yeah my fingers don't like working in the morning either
there we go okay so that's it we are all warped ready to roll
so I'm gonna start one of the Great Tricks that helps a lot with making your
um coasters is if you do a section here on the bottom and then move up to the
top and do a section at the top because when you go to finish if you have
everything in there uh pretty snug and you don't have much room to groove it's
hard to get your last few few rows up here can be hard um and to fit your needle through and
get that weaving so if you just do the top and do the bottom and then work in from there
it's easy peasy so I'm going to start with some of our little fur yarn
and I am actually going to use a little bit smaller needle only because I really
love this one but I I kind of uh damaged mine because I like to crank on things
and the wood is not it's a great quality but I am just too
aggressive my point is so I was using this to try to correct and pull warps
and just doing things with it I shouldn't have been so this is in no way the product's fault believe me I've
broken original looms it's just because I just crank on them
I get crazy they are very high quality it is not the maker it is the the actual
it's not the maker of the materials it's the person that's creating on them believe me
so I just have a little bit little of a needle just um which works just as fine with it so I'm
just going to start by going over top of my first uh strand
under the next over top under of the top under upper top
under and you can see how I'm like flexing my needle as I'm going
so I can get the um get the needle into the areas I want it
to be so I'm just kind of just giving it a little Flex so I can get under the Looms or the warps and over the warps
okay so I'm just going to pull this strand through and it's okay it doesn't bother me it
just twists a little bit um the yarn because you can see there's a right side and a wrong side to it but
I'm just going to pull it through and I'm going to leave a little
end there because I'm going to weave that back in in just a minute and I'm just kind of
moving my yarn around to get the right side up no big deal
just want it to look as cute as possible and we'll just take our little comb in there and just push that down and we
have this little end so what I'm going to do is I'm going to take this end and
immediately I'm going to weave it back through because as I said I've found that this
is the easiest way to do it so you're not done with all that at the end
especially if you're using multiple pieces of materials if you're doing it in one color no big deal because you can
have a long enough strand to do the whole thing all right so we're going to start again from the other side from the
right and now I was over top of the warp here now I'm going to go
underneath the warp same warp and continue back doing the
opposite of what we did the first time we went through okay so we're under over
under over under over under over under over under over under
okay and I'm just kind of gonna work the material here and again guys or not
again but keep in mind you don't want to pull this stuff too tight when you're making because it's going to warp your
looms and it's going to give you or your it's going to warp your warps not your
loom see um it's gonna Warp your warps and it's
going to make them kind of wonky if you're pulling too tight you kind of just want to keep a steady
tension as you're working your way up okay so I'm going to go back through here
from the left now and the same way
okay you like that way Robin weaving the ends
back in when you're doing it okay guys so look here is something I didn't catch
the warp that I wanted to in the end so look that's what happens so that's easy fix
we can just pull that
out I wasn't paying attention that's my own fault very easily comes out
and then just put your thread back through your needle
or your yarn and we are under this one so we're over under over under okay
foreign okay
and now we're going back I'm checking this side make sure I didn't pull it too tight and then I'm going to continue from left
to right and we're just going to continue this the whole way
now once you get so many rows done on the bottom
I'm going to do one more I think then we're going to pop up to the top and we're going to do the same thing up
there okay so I can see here I'm over this Warp so I want to go under this warp for my
next row and you can choose how tight you want
your materials to be what I mean by that is tight up and down
wise okay so we're just gonna
push that down [Music] and I'm just going to leave this here
for now because I'm going to start working up top here so I make sure when I get to the area
uh up there that I already have my materials there and I'm not going to
um run out of room so I just put a piece on just like I did
before and I work right to the left with this because I'm right-handed handed and it makes it easier for me
um but you can certainly work left to right to start however but either way you're going both ways at one point
so we're going to do the same thing I'm just going to put my needle in and go Under and Over
the whole way across
okay pull our needle
okay and then I'm going to leave a little piece of
material hanging over okay of the yarn right let me put this back on
see I told you I get aggressive I pull the needle off so it's the yarn and everything there are a certain number of
rows you should weave on either end no not really
you do what you're comfortable with what you want to do I usually do about three
or four but you just want to make sure you have you know enough rows here that
when you get up close you're not trying to jam your needle in between the warps
and the materials okay so again I'm going to take this end and I'm just going to put it
weave it back through just doing the under over just using my fingers
just hiding that little towel in there okay and then we're going to work our
needle back from the other side
and then an ideal another row from right to left here doing the same thing
okay so I'm going to leave that as it is I'm actually going to cut
this down just a little bit this strand that I have out the um side there the
tail that I have and I'm going to do the same thing I'm going to weave this back through
so we aren't looking at all of it later and just kind of Tuck everything up
there you can take your little comb in and just kind of put the material in position
okay so now what I want to do I'm going to do I think well maybe we'll
just leave that there and we'll start with the sorry silk how about that so this is just regular old sorry soak that
I have here guys um let me cut this and we're going to weave this back
through okay just back and forth and that's in
place so now I'm just going to take this piece of sorry silk I love this Loom made my first coaster last night Nancy
says awesome Nancy awesome so I just again put my sorry
silk whoops put my sorry silk through my needle just like so
okay and I'm just gonna start let's see this one was over so I'm gonna go over under
over under over under it's the same concept as we did with the Fluffy yarn
and we're just going to pull and I just cut myself pieces like I said for my for changing the materials out I
like to just cut pieces since I'm going to be doing multiple materials um
like I said it makes it a little easier and then we have our end here and we're just going to weave that in
as we go and I'm going back and forth on the
materials too if you um weren't going to use multiple
materials you wouldn't have to worry about doing that as I said so again we're going to go from the left
and do the same thing hopefully you can see that guys
oh thanks Robin I love the combo too you know me and my pink and my fluffies and
sparklies and the fuzzy princess look reminds me so
much of Trisha hmm
oh well you know if nothing else everybody knows me well right
all right so I'm just gonna do another row of our
sorry silk
okay I'm gonna put that in position and take my little comb in there and
just kind of put everything where I want it again making sure I'm not pulling too tight
on my warps and I think we have enough here for one more row
this is I've always loved art that I could create and fly by the
seat of my pants with it it just to me is so much more enjoyable now there's
something to be said for you know seed bead patterns and things like that they are absolutely gorgeous but I have
always been the one that I just want to be able to create however I want to create and this is Fiverr art basically
is what this comes down to and it's very freeing and very enjoyable
I'm going to cut this a little bit off of this so I can weave it back in because we're done with that that
that's why I like patterns and stuff are I mean I do them believe me I do them
and I'm happy when they're done they look pretty but it's a struggle bus for me because I'm like isn't there an
easier way isn't there a more creative way to do this you know
so let's get some more yarn I don't think well let's use this we already
have this one cut we'll use what we have of it see how far we can get
so I'm going to start over on this end my last one was over so I'm going to go under
[Music] and these come together nice and quick
and I am just adjusting my yarn there to make sure the right side is up
as much as possible it won't be perfect but all right and then what I'm going to do
here you guessed that I'm going to weave my end back through
all right
and now we're going to go over the outside Warp and do the over under the whole way
across again
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and I greatly appreciate that guys foreign okay let's see do you think we can do
one more no so we're just going to leave that as
is and I'm going to cut this reminds me of a pink
imagine that imagine that guys
okay so I'm gonna grab another piece of sorry
oh thank you Nancy says this is such a sweet piece thank you
foreign so we were over on that one so we're
going to go under and the sky's the limit guys you can use
however many fibers you like whatever textures you like you can combine a lot
of different textures you could do things with ribbon you could do it with lace I mean believe me
I have this all swimming around in my head um that I want to do one with laces
okay and I'm just gonna weave my end in I think that would be so pretty making a
lace coaster okay
and then we're going to continue we're going to go over that one on the leftmost warp
and then work it through
isn't this relaxing I just find this so relaxing and so
just calming and just totally enjoyable
fiber is my spirit animal so I like to create my jewelry with it so being able to use it in this aspect
is certainly certainly fun
and you can see how far we are already guys it doesn't take long
again you can push everything down tight as you want to we don't have to go too
crazy with that but you know it's however snug you want those fibers to be
if you want it to be a nice tight solid if you're using like a cotton um
string or whatever to make your uh wefts then you know maybe you want that to be
tighter but I like the the loose feel of this a little bit I don't want it crazy loose because then it's not going to
hold together for me but a little bit looser okay
all right so let's again cut our end it is meditative
oh Marianne I love love love it oh thank you you guys are so sweet and so awesome
and we're just weaving that back through
and now I'm going to get some more of my yarn
easy peasy
um oh thank you Robin okay so we're gonna go over
starting from the right again that's my comfort zone
that's a long piece I got there all right and once we get that in
position we're going to weave this back through the end back through
I hope everyone is ready for the holidays and excited
I know I am my family laughs at me because like a
little kid at Christmas my mom we don't my mom doesn't have any grandkids my brother nor I
um had children and so she still spoils me
she knows I like to open a lot of gifts so she like goes to the Dollar Tree she gives me nice gifts too but
um she goes to the Dollar Tree and gets all this stuff and wraps it up for me so I can open like 100 gifts it's so cute
but it's so fun
I think they enjoy it almost as much as I do they like watching
see my faces and stuff okay
we are getting there guys
foreign just checking my ends again there just making sure it's where I want it
so it's not too tight
it is sweet isn't it Maria they are I have awesome parents I couldn't ask for
better that's for sure and of course they have to get the
puppies gifts and you know so do we that's like a big event too you know
probably a lot of you get your fur babies gifts
right I think I'm gonna do one or two more rows of the fur and then
I can just fill in the next row between that with my sorry silk
because we're almost done
I love our children I want to make them happy even when they are grown off
oh Debbie Debbie Debbie you would be wonderful at looming
you would be wonderful looming don't be afraid and we have such a a good group
of uh good group of ladies who is a great resource to you
um if you have any questions concerns we have so much information out there so
much um so many videos on how to do basically everything you can imagine with the
Looms um I highly recommend it's a degree it's a great it's a very beginner friendly
and Jules has a starter kit that you can get that that is pretty
darn awesome and it's a good place to start and it'll help you kind of get
your feet under you with looming but once believe me once you do it you're going to be hooked but I know you
would be good at it and we are here to help with any questions or concerns that you have
always I highly recommend doing it I was always a wire girl and I still am
I love wire but once I started doing this
um I was like okay okay I think I can do this I was never like a
bead stitching person so I thought well this is pretty close to bead stitching it's going to be very
uh monotonous and blah blah blah well no not at all this looming to me
you have so much freedom to create your pieces
and just completely um relax and meditate while you do it
you know once you get the hang of it you're you're going to love the feeling
you get when you do it it's just such a wonderful experience
just just to do it I know I'm building it up but that's how I feel
you know it's helped me with a lot of when I was going through a lot of
issues at times I still am and I grabbed my loom and then I can just focus on
that relax and create something beautiful
and I feel that that's really where Jules jules's heart is with it she
wants it to be like that she wants it to kind of be a meditative and
a loving experience you know a a great experience for you
that you want to go back to time and again you know so I've set my piece
I have anxiety and it really helps release the stress as Nancy says yes exactly Nancy you said it better than I
did you'll notice uh my husband always tells me are complicated I could complicate
complicate a Q-tip so that's all right it's all right
oh Marianne says I just started a few months ago with the starter kit and I love it all right Marianne
that's what we like to hear all right so I'm just putting another piece on I weave that end back through
and I'm just putting another piece of sorry silk on just
filling in now
okay they're too tight here
a little bit too wild
I think I'm going to do one more row of this and then maybe add a little bit more fur just to fill in there
all right so I'm going to cut these ends here and we're going to weave them back in
sorry guys I was going off screen a little bit there I get into it you know
all right and then just get another piece of my fur yarn
and we're going to fill in
probably get another two to three rows in here foreign
it's like I said it this is a great tip that Joel's had about doing the top and the bottom first it really
saves you and uh Joan had recommended weaving the ends in like that and I just
it works fantastic I just changed it to do it as I went
because I felt like it just was easier in the end
but you could do it either way remove my stuff so I can see here what
I'm doing with all right and it's easier to move Trish where did
you get that fur yarn I'm going to tell you what I'm gonna guess Michael's but I have had
this forever because I like to throw it into even some of my um
uh jewelry pieces I have a whole um drawer like um roller cart full of
just fibers and Yarns and laces and trims because I like to use it but I'm
gonna guess that it was Michael's because that was really all I had back then we now have a
Hobby Lobby but um yeah I'm gonna bet Michaels if they
still have it they should have something like it if not the exact
ly okay so there we are
and I'm just going to cut our final end here and leave that back in
and it's great that you can see in real time this is a project you could do in under an hour
you know so it wouldn't take long to just make a set of them for someone for
a gift you know I'm happy with that
and we will um deal with our ends a little bit more
once we get this off we can see them on the back okay just make sure they're and that's when I put my crochet hook into
action okay so we have this done we have everything weaved back in
from the sides I'm just going to turn it over thank you Carmen
thank you I I love the pinks you know me so I turned this over on the back and
I'm going to trim the strings back here because I want to have as much room to groove as I can as
far from what I mean by that is to tie off to finish so I'm just gonna trim
these across and I'm not going to trim the other end because my scissors aren't
cooperating of course um because I want to be able to pull those Loops back through ever since our
friend dying or um Danielle Diane has shown us that technique on how to
weave uh the loops back into things it's just been
uh life-changing basically for looming anyway okay
foreign cutters
here and see if that doesn't help more to get in there better and I bet it will
yep much better to use your cord cutters for this guys
or if you have a smaller pair of scissors that would probably work well too okay
so then you can just lift that up and we have this side tied on as well so
we're going to want to take that off and then we're going to lift
our piece off of the Loom just like that okay I set this to the
side and you can see our back here we have some ends sticking here and there but we can go back in and put those exactly
where we want them later on for now I'm going to show you how to
finish off your piece and what I'm going to do first this
single one that's on the end here I'm just going to tie it onto this Loop
a couple times so that way then when I pull that Loop down it's going to pull that strand down in there too okay
just knot it onto that first Loop
okay and then I'm going to cut the
end of that and then we can start carefully pulling our Loops down and I'm
just pulling on the strings on the bottom and I'm keeping my hand very firmly over top of
my piece so nothing shifts as I pull down okay
and I want to get these loops pulled into the piece
so it gives us even more to tie off with on the bottom here as well okay
and I'm just pulling these little bits at a time
just making sure my end doesn't come off there as well
just pulling those in snugly
I'm going to move this down so you can see those Loops being pulled a little better
thank you
now you want to be very careful with the bottom because it could easily come loose there as you're moving these
Loops down right I'm going to pull that one a little bit more
thank you
okay this is something you definitely want to
take your time with guys and be super careful because you don't want to ruin your piece after all the work you put
into it okay and then I believe this is our last one
set up
okay so now we can start tying the bottom off
so I'm just going to go across taking two threads at a time and that's why I
use the hemp that coordinated so well with the yarn because when you tie it off you're not going to see it
as well okay that's a good rule of thumb to do with any kind of material you use
so it coordinates
okay so I'm just going to tie these in double knots as I go across the bottom here
double knots to hold our
coaster in place here
all right so get that one
so now we're going to tie these
that back through my end that's my end I'm talking about
there while I have it here just push it back
down through and we'll go from there when we get to the back of it
oh thank you Deborah I love them I think they're so cute with
the fur laughs I think that should be my middle name
over the top Maybe
or furfu or sassy or princess one of those
all right almost there guys
and with this fur yarn on the ends it makes it nice because you can uh
your knots will kind of disappear into it so you can just glue them and then cut the strands but you can also weave
the ends back through you know into the yarn if you want to of your hemp
um just take your hemp ends and glue them then weave them back in as well okay
all right so that's our last one
you go and now I'm just going to cut the strands quickly here and we can turn it
over to the back and do our final cleanup
foreign let's tie these two together because I
think that one is a little loose [Music]
as I go through I'm just making sure everything's attached everything is where it needs to be tying off anything
I may have missed
and just come back with a little bit of GS hypo and put it on your knots so they're nice and solid
these cord cutters boy you can't beat them
so that is our square and like I said on the back you can see these ends are kind
of poking here poking there so what I normally you'll do is I take that's where I pull my crochet hook out and I
just put it up through my piece and then I grab it and pull it
through to the front and then from behind I'm grabbing it and pulling it into the back
and weaving it through a little easier and then I can
go ahead and cut that all right
good trim him and I'm just trimming those off because they're going to stay in place
um because of that we already have them weaved through enough they're pretty solidly in there
all right let's check this baby I think we're looking pretty good
here's one doesn't want to cooperate they're put
him into place and that's basically it guys you just clean your back up
and then you have your finished coaster cute cute cute now we have two
[Laughter] oh thank you Nancy thank you I always
enjoy when you guys are here with me and just a fun fun thing let me get my
camera turned around here and we will sign off if you have any questions make sure you put them in the
princess pink fruit yes that's a good one put them in the chat or if you're
watching the replay make sure and put them into the comments
so that's it guys we're in business we're frou-frou
yeah so now you have a pretty princess coaster too to uh set your coffee cups
off in the morning I'm still drinking my coffee that's for sure well thank you thank you ladies so I
hope you enjoyed this one with the Booboo Loom coaster maker if you have not gotten one guys check it out
as always thank you so much for joining me it's always so much fun
and so I hope you all have a wonderful holiday and enjoy your holidays with
your family and cherish every moment thank you guys for a great year
of always hanging in there with us and we'll see you January 5th oh and
something else I want to let you guys know I didn't mention it last week but I didn't want to go over it again that we
are going to be permanently not permanently but we're going to try um changing the time to during the day
so it's a little bit more convenient for me because it's hard on me with my chronic illness to do things in the
evening because I'm already pooped out so um we're gonna go to 3 P.M Eastern
Standard Time that's going to be 12 p.m Pacific Standard Time okay so starting
January 5th we'll be back but we're going to be at 3 P.M Eastern Standard Time okay so make
sure you're all looking for us make sure you join us and start out the new year with us we're excited about this next
year because this past year has been absolutely fabulous and we couldn't do it without all of all of you so
have a wonderful holiday guys and I'll see you next year bye